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Access to clean, safe water is essential before, during and after hurricane emergencies. Although the official hurricane season is June 1 through November 30, named storms can occur as early as May. For Tampa Bay Water and other utilities across the state, planning for hurricane season starts months in advance.
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Florida’s dry season is typically October through June. Often, during these months, as river flows reduce, Tampa Bay Water keeps its Surface Water Treatment Plant running with water from the C.W. Bill Young Regional Reservoir.
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Adequate rainfall is vital to recharging the Floridan Aquifer and filling area rivers, so Tampa Bay Water closely monitors area rainfall to ensure we deliver high quality drinking water to our six member governments while protecting our environment.
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Access to clean, safe water is essential before, during and after hurricane emergencies. Hurricane season is June 1 through November 30 and for Tampa Bay Water and other utilities across the state, planning for hurricane season starts months in advance. This year, our annual storm preparations were complicated by COVID-19, but Tampa Bay Water’s early preparations enable the utility to quickly adjust.
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In Florida, periodic droughts are a part of life. That’s why Tampa Bay Water created the Water Shortage Mitigation Plan, which ensures the region has clean, affordable drinking water, even in drier times.
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